FSG Bank Names New Business Development Officer

Sunday, November 20, 2016
Sue Ratchford
Sue Ratchford

FSG Bank, a division of Atlantic Capital Bank, N.A., announced that Sue Ratchford has joined its mortgage team as a business development officer. 

Ms. Ratchford joins FSG Bank with 42 years of experience in banking, most recently with Regions, where she served as a Mortgage Loan Originator. Prior to that, she worked at Wachovia Bank in the same capacity. She is a 10-time Chairman’s Club award winner and has received honors as a top-10 percent producer.

“Sue is an accomplished mortgage banker. Her local market expertise and vast industry knowledge will further strengthen our ability to deliver results for clients. She is well known in the Dalton/Whitfield County market for exceeding client’s expectations and her extensive referral network along with a very loyal customer base is second to none. We are delighted to have Sue on our team,” said Jill Green, managing director of Mortgage Banking.

“My clients hold a very special place in my heart. The best part of my job is meeting my clients where they are and providing the best custom-tailored solutions that meet their financial goals. I am excited to join FSG Bank’s talented group of professionals whose main focus is providing exceptional service and producing results for clients,” said Ms. Ratchford, 

Ms. Ratchford is actively involved with several local community organizations including Brainerd Baptist Church of Chattanooga and Carpet Capital Realtors in Dalton.  She attended the University of Tennessee Chattanooga and Dalton State College.

She is located at 401 S. Thornton Avenue in Dalton and can be reached at sue.ratchford@atlcapbank.com or (706) 280-2441.

 


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